Torben Hohn, Alexander Carot, Christian Werner: Netjack - Remote music collaboration with electronic sequencers on the Internet

The JACK audio server with its ability to process audio streams of numerous applications with realtime priority, has major signi cance in context with audio processing on Linux driven personal computers. Although the Soundjack and the Jacktrip project already use JACK in terms of remote handmade music collaboration, there is currently no technology available, which supports the interconnection of electronic music sequencers. This paper introduces the Netjack tool, which achieves sample accurate timeline synchronization by applying the delayed feedback approach (DFA) and in turn represents the first solution towards this goal.

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